Chairman of the National Asset Management Agency Frank Daly. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

Agency is on schedule to redeem €15 billion of its €30 billion in bonds by the end of this year

Petrel Resources chairman says fiscal implications of one big oil find would be immense

IDB chief executive Kevin Lane said today marks the completion of a very significant investment programme

Manufacturing facility in Wisconsin represents final part of $80m investment programme

Nevin institute director Tom Healy. Photograph: Paula Geraghty

Nevin institute says improving conditions make €2 billion adjustment unneccessary

AIB’s exports outlook report reflects upbeat attitude of Irish firms exporting to US and EU

IMF’s Peter Breuer says Ireland runs greater risk of missing its targets by focusing on getting the budget deficit below 3 per cent. Photograph: Alan Betson

Doing agreed adjustment would ‘build further credibility’, says IMF's Peter Breuer

John Bruton, Ireland’s former prime minister and current chairman of Ireland’s International Financial Services Centre (IFSC). Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

ECB says it is on track to assume oversight of euro-area lenders as ‘health check’ underway

The ESRI said the current cap on new taxi licences was not justified and would lead to the lengthening queues and longer waiting times for consumers. Photograph: Alan Betson

Report questions the basis of Government intervention in market

Survey suggests a quarter of Irish children have been, subject of cyberbullying. Photograph: Enrique Castro-Mendivil/Reuters

Survey by Irish Computer Society also finds many youngsters lied about their age online

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